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I'd like to be able to click on an icon in the Firefox search-bar to immediately bookmark a URL.

I already know that I can click on the ... "Page actions" icon to select the "Bookmark This Page" option, and I know I can drag the URL from the left onto the bookmarks bar to achieve this.

However, is there a way to replace the "Save to pocket" icon and replace it with a "Bookmark" icon?

I am using Firefox 63 on Ubuntu 18.10.

Here is a screenshot of the ... "Page actions" icon icon and the "Save to pocket" icon that I currently have...

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It's quite simple.

First right-click on the Pocket icon and select 'Remove from Address Bar'. Then click the 'page actions' (three dots) icon, right-click on 'Bookmark This Page', and select 'Add to Address Bar'.

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You can do the same (i.e. add/remove) with other actions that the 'page actions' list provides.

[#6552] Friday, January 13, 2023, 9 Months  [reply] [flag answer]
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